Anytime that you are dealing with law enforcement officials, you can feel intimidated and can allow yourself to be wrongfully treated. A police officer may arrest you on a trumped-up charge simply because you exercised your First Amendment right to freedom of speech. A poorly trained or unqualified law enforcement officer may use unnecessary force, causing your personal injury.
You have a right to be free from the excesses and wrongful acts of police, and you can seek monetary compensation for such misconduct. The lawyer you choose to represent you, though, can make all the difference in the success or failure of your claim.
At Fritz & Bianculli, our attorneys have more than 30 years of collective experience successfully representing personal injury victims, including people who have suffered injury at the hands of law enforcement officials. Before entering private practice, attorney Robyn Goldenberg worked as a public defender and saw the excesses of police and prosecutors.
We will work with you throughout the legal process, from the initial investigation of your claim through the gathering of evidence, from settlement discussions through trial. We will prepare and file all pleadings and other documents and will be strong advocates for you in all hearings and proceedings.
We handle all types of claims involving police misconduct or police brutality, including claims alleging:
At Fritz & Bianculli, we understand that a personal injury is just that—it’s personal. It can affect nearly every aspect of your life. We approach every case from the human perspective, looking at how it has impacted you as a person. We take the time to really get to know you, to understand what happened, what you suffered and what you have lost. Our goal is always to build a long-term relationship based on trust and open communication. We hope that you will consult us about other legal concerns you may have and that you will feel comfortable contacting us about other matters even after we have resolved your police brutality/misconduct claim.